Pia is committed to empowering women economically, creatively and psycho-spiritually, especially through scalable technology. She actively supports female founders in London through advisory and coaching and serves on boards and committees of organisations that are aligned with her values. Find out how you can get involved and support below.

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Support & sponsor the next generation of female founders, CEOs & leaders

Founded in 2016 by Sharmadean Reid, Amy Thomson, Tabitha Goldstaub and Pia Stanchina, Futuregirlcorp provides free resources, advice, & events for future female CEOs. Based on the success and global demand for our IRL bootcamps and events, we are currently in the process of developing scalable, downloadable materials to host your own Futuregirlcorp event or develop everything you need to start your own company.


Sponsors for our launch event

Sponsors and supporters for digital content production

Sponsors and partners to promote our resources to support more future leaders

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Support & sponsor British based fashion designers

The Fashion Trust is a British Fashion Council charitable initiative which offers business support to British based designers through financial grants, mentoring and funding to provide traineeships to graduates. Pia serves on the Fashion Trust’s Executive Committee.

Since it was founded by Tania Fares and Sian Westerman in 2011, the BFC Fashion Trust has awarded over £2m to designers including: Christopher Kane, Christopher Raeburn, David Koma, E.Tautz, Edeline Lee, Emilia Wickstead, Erdem, Eudon Choi, Fyodor Golan, Gareth Pugh, Georgia Hardinge, Hillier Bartley, Holly Fulton, Huishan Zhang, Isa Arfen, Jonathan Saunders, J.W. Anderson, Marques’Almeida, Mary Katrantzou, Mother of Pearl, Nicholas Kirkwood, Osman, palmer//harding, Peter Pilotto, Phoebe English, Prism, Rejina Pyo, Sharon Wauchob, Sibling, Sophia Webster, Teatum Jones and Zoe Jordan.

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